I’m a multi-disciplinary designer specializing in the creation of branding and identity systems. I bring animation, sound design, code, and more to each project, with everything done in-house.
I studied computer science and theater at Wesleyan University, graduating with honors in sound design. (I worked on nearly 100 shows from 2015-2019 as producer, sound designer, or graphic designer!)
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“Gabriel has elevated our branding with designs that often exceed the creative brief and surpass our expectations...”
“Gabriel has elevated our branding with designs that often exceed the creative brief and surpass our expectations. We have yet to encounter a project that is beyond his skill set. His work is thoughtful and inventive; our collaboration is engaging and rewarding—and the resulting designs are beautiful and impactful.”
“His work illustrates a unique understanding of communication and engagement that audiences have with design...”
“His work illustrates a unique understanding of communication and engagement that audiences have with design. He is able to synthesize a brand's identity, communications goals, style and intention into designs which are effortless to engage with, eye-catching, and nuanced. Not to mention you will never encounter a designer capable of working faster!”
2019. Awarded by Williamstown Theatre Festival to "an early-career theatre artist of exceptional talent, versatility, impact, and humanity who has demonstrated an artistic commitment to Williamstown Theatre Festival and invites them to make new work for a summer."
2019. Awarded by Wesleyan University annually to "the student who, in the estimation of the theater faculty, has contributed most to theater at Wesleyan over the course of his or her undergraduate career."
2019. Selected as finalist by panel of faculty/alumni and won with more than 50% of 6,200 votes cast. Logo is now in official use as Wesleyan University's monogram.
2019. Awarded by Wesleyan University Department of Theater for research paper No Replica: An Aesthetics of the Performative for Automata and accompanying sound design performance, No Replica. Research project explored use and implications of recorded and generative media in a performance context.
2013. Nominated in experimental category for short stop-motion film, A Low-Hung Head. Festival "premieres the most outstanding short films that capture the fabric of our city, as told through the perspective of young filmmakers under the age of 21."